Damond OCC is the easiest install, using OEM connectors, and comes with a drain kit and everything. Out of all the OCC's I have worked with, the Damond is still my favorite for ease of use/installation.So looking into getting one just not sure of what company to go with and what I was looking to get hit with price wise?
Check out the boomba you tube videook but i would really like tho know if I need one or two cans? doing research and it says one for (pcv) and one for (ccv) is this correct?
Okay jbr racing has a can on eBay for 20 bucks is this one the jbr you are talking about? I think 200 is ridiculous for a lil catch canCheck out the boomba you tube videoit will show you the two locations.
The primary concern should be the Manifold / Crankcase side PCV. CCV is secondary, but should be done as Unfocused responded in an earlier reply.
I am going to front mount my Mcnally OCC sometime this week. I already have the symposer delete so install should be straight forward and provide easy access to drain the can with every oil change.
AS many responded you have a lot of choices and it all comes down to mounting hardware, location in engine bay and ease of draining.
I am putting serious consideration into adding a intake spacer while I am at it.